Sao Paulo – a diverse and dynamic city

Sao Paulo, a very dynamic and diverse city located in the South American country of Brazil, is also the Latin America’s economic center. The nightlife here is raging with more than a thousand restaurants. This is paired along with a lot of beautiful parks and amazing shopping locations. The tours of the city are great routes for getting introduced to the many notable layers of the cosmopolitan city.

When you are touring the city of Sao Paulo, it is recommended that you visit the important places like Pacamembu Stadium, Higienpolis area, Medical School, Clinic Hospital, and the Sao Paulo University. You should also visit Butantan Institute, an institute where you get snake-bite antidotes and a lot of other tropical diseases. The Morumbi hill gives you a gorgeous view of the city and then you stop at Staten Government Palace Morumbi and also Sao Paulo Soccer Stadium. There is a very attractive Ibirpuera Park which has a lot of gardens and lakes. These two give you a great and peaceful change from the regular city bustle and from here, you can proceed further for checking out City Hall, Roosevelt Square, Planetarium, Paulista Avenue & Bienal Building that have a lot of International Art exhibitions all throughout the year.

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Butanta Snake Farm’s one among the largest Sao Paulo tourist attractions and all the snakes here are milked for poison around 6 times everyday. Apart from snakes, this place deals with scorpion and spider venom and this is also a research place for it. Here, you get a to see a lot of poisonous snakes and you get to know more about public health. You also get knowledge about the different animals; the many procedures and timely applications of venoms.

Apart from the aforementioned activities, you can visit Latin America Memorial. It was Oscar Niemeyer’s project and is one among the most famous and important architects in Brazil. This memorial opens on all days except Monday and you get all varieties of cultural info regarding Latin America. Your tour should end with something like the exploration of Liberdade Japanese neighborhood.

If you are a shopaholic, make sure you visit places like Eldorado and Iguatemi along with a good guide. You will get to buy a lot of different stuff here. If you are keen on museums, then you should visit the MASP or Art Museum of Sao Paulo. It has a vast collection of art from 14th through the 20th century.

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